Source - SMW
A brief summary of Wednesday's main business headlines... Coverage of sterling, Brexit, US elections, inflation, China economy, Tesco, BHS, Ryanair, BHP Billiton, William Hill, Yahoo and much more ...

FINANCIAL TIMES

Saudi Arabia takes orders for first international bond sale

Gilts and the pound: Brexit heat is spreading

UK regulator to clamp down on gaming of bank league tables

Pound volatility prompts split in bank forecasts

'A wake up call' - analysts react as UK inflation jumps to 1%

Trump son-in-law makes approach on post-election TV start-up

Oil groups 'threatened' by electric cars

Norway's oil fund urged to invest billions more in equities

Goldman Sachs profits rebound as capital markets brighten

DiCaprio breaks silence over Malaysian fund

Pound rallies on sign of parliament Brexit deal vote

The markets hold more sway than Theresa May

The unwise war against low interest rates

Can an Article 50 notification be revoked?

Inflation rises sharply to 1% in September

Leaked emails reveal how Clinton world spins

US business group warns Brexit threatens $590bn in investment

Official urged FBI to declassify Clinton email

China debt dilemma: five things to look out for in Q3 GDP

THE TIMES

Tesco gains ground on rivals with sales boost

Pound 'can still crash a further 10 per cent'

I've had a horrible summer, Green complains

Bizarre, biased and unfair: QCs give their verdict on MPs' inquiry into BHS sale

Stop delaying report on RBS malpractice, Tyrie tells regulator

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Sir Philip Green slams MPs for 'bizarre' report into BHS ahead of vote on his knighthood

Inflation rises at fastest pace in two years 

World's longest subsea power link to generate at least £1.3bn income for National Grid

Yahoo profits leap - but it dodges scrutiny over data hack

Comment: Don't complain Mrs May. Governments have shamefully squandered the time bought by low interest rates

Comment: Want to know why central bankers can't solve the world's problems? Read a book

Comment: All bets are off on where William Hill goes from here

Comment: Pearson faces a textbook lesson in how markets wane

BHP Billiton's iron ore output falls 6pc

Bernard Matthews takeover by 'Chicken King' raises monopoly fears

SVG finally agrees to a deal with HarbourVest

Wireless broadband operator Relish signals national ambitions despite mounting losses

Profit warning at Ryanair as pound's Brexit plunge persists

THE INDEPENDENT

The pound is recovering but airports are still selling it for a euro

Higher inflation rise will cost poor families extra £100 a year, warns

Burberry boosted by weak pound but shares slump as Asian sales fall

An income squeeze is coming and Brexit is to blame

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 banned from all Lufthansa flights

UK will wait years to agree post-Brexit trade deals says WTO economist

William Hill pulls out of Amaya merger talks but what next?

Tesco increases market share for first time in five years

THE GUARDIAN

Sir Philip Green hints pension deal close in effort to save knighthood

May puts Heathrow vote on hold to avoid Tory resignations

UK inflation hits close to two-year high of 1%

Tesco's market share up for first time in five years

Treasury carries out major U-turn on pension annuities

Gap to shut all Banana Republic shops in the UK

EU struggles to keep Canada trade deal on track

DAILY EXPRESS

Fraudsters get green light from the Government

Writing a will can magic away family disputes

Taxman grabs family fortunes thanks to inheritance tax ignorance

Is this proof Italy is dumping 'doomed' euro? Huge sums of cash being pulled out of Rome